The medicinal, almost “elemental” character of Islay malt whiskies was the inspiration for the laboratory-style bottle and element symbol/number naming system used across the Elements range (Lp1, Ar2, and so on). Coincidentally, even the 50cl bottle used throughout the Elements range is called “Pharmacy”.
After a break of 523 years, spirit is once again flowing from the copper stills at Lindores Abbey. With Lindores Abbey’s widely recognized links to the earliest written reference to Scotch Whisky and learning as much as we can from the great Scottish distillers around us, past and present, we are bringing a very modern whisky-making approach to this ancient site.
Nestled into the north coast of the island, Port Askaig has been the gateway to Islay for hundreds of years. For many, it is the start of a journey that will stay with them for a lifetime. Port Askaig is a range of Islay single malt whiskies that embodies the unique spirit of Islay and its people. Its character brings together the robust smokiness and soft fruitiness found in this beguiling island.
Influenced by the World’s Greatest Winemakers, Waterford Distillery Single Malt Irish Whiskies use the world’s finest barley, and its Single Farm Origin Series is an uber-provenance, terroir-driven range of limited edition natural whiskies that showcases flavours derived from individual Irish farms and harvests. Whisky Magazine’s 2021 Icons of Whisky Ireland Distiller of the Year and Brand Innovator of the Year.